New Toyo's for my tow vehicle.
I ran 115,000 with two sets of Bridgestones Mavis 773, was never really happy with the second set which had been changed in a design.
I was about to get Michlens which are well liked here, but I didn't like the look of the soft or round sidewalls.
Someone suggested to take a look at these Open Country A/T II, by Toyo.
They had some very strong reviews check google, cost was about $175 for a 16" tire.
I aired them all to 80 to start, I felt the difference immediately (but maybe U would with any new tire??)
But I tested them about 50 miles around town making hard turns stops etc, they were sticking like a Gecko.
I hooked up all setting on WD sways the same.
Felt really good and better than before.
after 300 odd miles I reached the Canaidian boarder, headed to PEI crossed over and in a few minutes Traveling in Canada, one of the weight dist bar snaps in two, after picking up the pieces I saw the head where the bar goes in had a broken keyway.
Drove 350 miles with one WD bar, not too bad at 55mph, get the campground.
I think the fact the truck and trailer tracked great with on bar says even more for these tires.
They can be had BW or OWL,
'77 Sovereign Intl 31' CB
WBCCI R2 Rep VAC 11411 Metro NY VP